Handicap Races

HANDICAP RESULTS
 
Race 5 – 5k on the Base 7th September 2017
 
A last minute realisation that this one had been forgotten about accounts for a slightly lower turnout than normal.  Those that did enter put in some good times and only a few penalties were applied.
Rosemary Jackson yet again asserted herself at the top of the standings running a 24:34 to take maximum points for the second time this year.  Rosemary is also the only runner to compete in every event and has had the result from event 3 dropped.  Ellie Gaskins still has a mathematical chance of stealing victory from Rosemary though so it could still get exciting before the competition is over!  She scored some good points taking 3rd on the night.
In the men’s competition Paul Gerber remains top but both Keith Brighty and Ivan Westley closed in a little with some decent points for joint 4th place.  Lee Emmett completed the top 3 on the night and gaining his first points in the contest.
Remember, only top 4 results count.
 
Race 4 – Swanton Abbott 10k Handicap 24th August 2017
 
Good weather, a tie for 1st place and a change to the leaderboard!  Swanton Abbott had it all.  With two or three of the main contenders so far absent for this round it offered a chance for some others to make gains in the competition.  Indeed grabbing his chance with both hands Paul Gerber now sits proudly at the top of the Men’s standings with a near perfect run, 29 seconds faster that prediction.
There must be something in the name though.  As name sake Paul Emery was every bit as accurate with his run and took joint first place on the night, after calculations and penalties were applied.  This was Paul’s first race in this year’s series but he seems to already have the hang of it!
Rosemary Jackson is currently head and shoulders ahead of the competition in the Ladies standings.  She has already amassed more points than both her nearest competitors combined.  Fear not though ladies, with 3 races left there is still all to play for!
 
 
Race 3 – Worstead 5 mile Handicap 20th July 2017
 
The traditional Worstead 5 mile recce was the scene for the third handicap race in this years series. True to form, everybody is still struggling to predict their times with any degree of accuracy. Only a third of the field escaped penalties for the second time in 3 races, as Wroxham doesn’t incur penaties that’s 100% of races… come on Jags, you must do better!Worst of the bunch was Paul Gerber. His game plan went to pot and earned him a whopping 7:36 penalty, surpassing Jackie Bye’s effort from the Mike Groves race.
Proving that some Jags have a concept of pace though was Neil Button, running a near perfect 27 seconds inside his predicted time and earning himself the victory by 1 second ahead of a flying Tony Aldborough. That leapt both of them up the standings but not enough to pass new series leader Phil Henry who took third place on the night.
Despite only picking up 4 points Rosemary Jackson still extended her lead in the ladies competition, currently holding a 22 point lead over Nic Holden with Ruth Pilch only 3 points behind Nic. However, with only the best 4 scores counting in the final tally, there’s still all to play for in both male and female categories!Round 3 Results
 
Race 2 – Wroxham 5k Series 2&3 
With this being the 2nd Race in this years Handicap it was split between the 2nd and 3rd Wroxham 5k races you could give me a time for either or either! There are no penalties just outright time difference.
We had in this last Wroxham Race 3 joint winners who were Rosemary Jackson and Keith Brighty both running to within 3 seconds of their time they gave me before the start, as this means there is no 2nd place, 3rd Place goes to Paul Gerber in Race 2 who just pipped Owie Barber by 1 second difference to get 16 valuable points in this years Series, Owie having to settle for 13.
The wooden spoon this Race goes to Ruth Pilch who on a 5k was some 73 seconds out on her time estimation! i put it down to the awesome 5k improver’s training the Club is currently running and threw her right out!.
A big well done goes to all other competitors who took time to give me a time and run watchless to see how good there pace judgement is.
Mel
Race 1 – Mike Groves 10k Handicap 25th May 2017
 
So by now most club members should be familiar with the format for the Handicap series… give Mel a time, try and run no more then 30 seconds faster or get a penalty and so on. It will come as no surprise then that only 9 out 24 runners managed to complete the race without a penalty.In a change to previous years all runners set off at the same time so it was impossible to really guage who officially finished where. Tony Aldborough, perhaps unsurprisingly, was the first to finish with a fantastic 38:34. Well normally that would be fantastic, but as he’d predicted 40 minutes he earned himself a mighty 2:52 penalty and tumbled from first to 20th and well out of points contention. That was nothing though, as four runners got it even more wrong, most spectacularly was Jackie Bye who incurred over 7 minutes of penalty time added. That must be some sort of record!Not everyone misjudged their paces and tied on in 2nd place were Phil Henry and Ben Gaskins who both ran just 20 seconds over their predictions. Not good enough for 1st place though as by running 28 seconds faster than predicted, not quite perfect but good enough this time, was newcomer to the series Ivan Westley. Well done Ivan!The first three ladies in were Ruth Pilch (6th place overall), Rosemary Jackson (10th) and Nic Holden (11th). Still all to play for at this early stage but it looks like being another exciting competition again this year. Well done all, the second handicap is the Wroxham 5k series where you can predict a time for either race 2 or 3 and closest to prediction wins.
 
Race 6 – BUXTON 5K Handicap 4th December 2016

On a mild morning for the time of year again for this year’s Fancy Dress pre Buxton Fun Run Race we had a great turn out of runners in some extraordinary costumes! And then in walks a Snowman, Good old Andy who was still certain he could run 18 mins something!
The runners, after a small photo shoot (pics on facebook), set off in the usual manner slowest runner to fastest last. With some great help from Scott Shrubsall, Dave Simpson, Jackie Gooch and Emma Jordan the runners started returning. The first lady in was Lisa Appleton about 4 minutes faster than estimated, at this point we knew something was array, Lisa had taken a short cut! So I then Google searched the route she had taken, averaged time over distance and increased to proper 5k giving Lisa her overall time and finishing position.
Next in was 2nd to last starter Ben Gaskins who ran a blistering pace of 19.18! giving me an original start time of 20.30 oops! The third Person in was Neil Button who predicted 22.10 and ran like everyone does watch less and recorded 21.40! exactly 30 seconds faster than his prediction which is maximum seconds without incurring penalties.
So well done Neil button 1st place, 2nd was Paul Emery who just coming back from injury done excellent and 3rd was Sonya Wragg again excellent pacing.
Well done Andy Mulligan and Nic Holden winning best fancy Dress awards.
Please see below link to table of the top 13 in each gender.  With a winner and runner up award available in each, all 13 can still achieve either of these awards! Usually it’s a foregone conclusion before the last race but this year its wide open!The last race is going to be a 10 Miler on the 15th January 2017
at Coltishall Village Hall at 8am.
This is a chance for all of you to do a Sunday morning run out of Coltishall over to Palmers Lane at Horning. Please message me your suggested times to be included in the starting list for last race in the series!
Your best four results to count with the worst one dropped if bettered in the last race.
Leading positions below;standings-december-2016With 25 points for a win, 20 points for 2nd, 16 points for 3rd, 13 points for 4th, 11 points 5th, all way down to 1 point for 15th place, anything can happen and usually does in last race!
Mel
 
 
Race 5 – Two mile efforts

Handicap 2 x 2 Mile Efforts

With the 5th Handicap being  varied from the usual this time I added in a 2 Mile x 2 efforts combining your deficits in seconds together to give you overall Handicap.

With a few runners unable to grasp the concept on first 2 mile effort realizing they should get close to their time and not Race anything with legs and blitz their time by a long way ( which is good for training I must add!)

For the few that did Tony Wilson on his first run was 3 seconds out and Keith Brighty 4 seconds out and third after first run James Fuller being 12 seconds out, with thinking they just had to go slower or faster on second run took some doing over a further 2 Miles but winning the day and doing his second run only 4 seconds out when he done the first effort 3 seconds out and winning this Handicap with a difference of just 7 seconds! congratulations goes to Tony Wilson, in second place and just 7 seconds off his second run to add to his first 4 seconds out on his first run was Keith Brighty, third and coming from outside the top three after the first run recording 20 seconds out on her first run and recording the exact time on her second run 3rd place goes to Ellie Bye and this elevates her up current standings with 2 Races to go.

Next being fancy dress (min requirement a Santa Hat) around Buxton 5k Race route!

On Sunday 4th December 2016, 8am.

Meeting at Rosemary Jackson’s House in Buxton.

(Please speak to Mel for directions)

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Race 4 – Mike Groves 10K
 
With 35 runners turning out for this race it was biggest field ever in a Handicap and made for some great times! With 29 of you breaking your allowed 30 second window running faster then predicted it changed all standings dramatically after final results. From initial 1st Place Shirley Wilcock (because of such a great run time plummeted down to bottom with biggest ever penalties of 14 minutes. The winner of this Race finished initially in 30th place out of 35 finishers and running 28 seconds faster then the time he gave me. Congratulations in this Race goes to Keith Brighty (2nd claim member and unable to take overall Trophy but with this win he has leapfrogged the joint leaders who were Stephen Pointer and James Lambert with only James Lambert running in this race he now, with a 6th place finish puts himself in a clear 2nd position in the men’s overall standings. In 2nd place and finishing 31st provisionally goes to one of our newest members from the Couch to 10k course program running 24 seconds faster then time predicted is Karen Webb, well done Karen this lifts you to 7th place in the female standings, and in 3rd Place and finishing 32nd out of 35 runners! Is Ruth Pilch and she instantly gets 16 points to her name. With 4 runners going sub 40 minutes and lots of you running faster times then previous 10k times this just goes to show, 1) you can and 2) how fast and flat the MG Course really is! Many thanks to all the people who helped me on this occasion with time keeping, marshalling, bicycle support and water station assistance.
 
 
Race 3 – Wroxham 5k races 2 and 3 Predicted Times Race
With only a handful of people wishing to predict their Wroxham series race 2 or 3, running these races watchless too gave all these people points in this third handicap of the year.  For the second year in succession within the two races someone predicted their exact time! The winner of this third handicap elevating her to joint third position in this year’s standings was Carolyn Gerber, predicting a time of 26.30 and running exactly that to the second!  Well done Carolyn!  In second place and within 2 seconds of their time and narrowly missing out on the win was Steve Pointer who predicted 20.30 and ran 20.32.  In third place on this handicap and only 3 seconds off her time was Ruth Gainsford, running 25.12 after predicting 25.15.
Full results –  Wroxham 5K handicaps 2016
Next Race is MG10 at Scottow Enterprise Park on Thursday 18 August 2016.
 
 
Race 2 – Swanton Abbott – Thursday 5 May 2016
A great turn out of Jags again for tonight’s handicap at Swanton Abbott on the old 10K Valentines run route.
Jackie Bye came in at provisional first, absolutely blitzing her time! But as we know its all about the time you gave before the start!!  In the end the race was won by Nic Holden who came in at 17th position!!  Second place went to James Lambert and Steve Neal came in for third position. Tom Johnson did a phenomenal sub 40 minute 10k in 39.08!
Thank you to all helpers – Mark Bradley and for him collecting my signs in, Martin Bagnall for assisting with time keeping, Owie Barber for drinks, Clare and Sarah for encouragment and “Jaffa Cakes” great move!!
Next race is the 2nd or 3rd of the Wroxham 5k series.  You can run either race but you need to let me know before you run which race you wish to be handicap and give me the exact time you estimate you will run it.
Races are Wednesday 15 June or Wednesday 6 July at Broadland High School.  Enter via Norwich Road Runners’ website.
For results so far – Handicap Race 2 2016
Race 1 – Wroxham 5k Handicap 7th April 2016
With a brilliant evening of weather it was great to see 22 runners turn out for the first of this years Handicap Races. There will be 7 Races during the year and your best 4 place finishes will count and if you wish to run all 7 you can. As with all Handicap Races (Except Wroxham 5K’S) you will give me a time and can run up to 60 seconds quicker (no watch to be worn at any of the races) any more then that and you will incur time penalties! If you are 61 seconds too fast you get double time penalties so you will have 122 seconds of time penalties added to your finishing time, moving you backwards in your finishing position!.
In this first race Steve Pointer won quite comfortably but unfortunately ran 2 mins 46 seconds faster than time he gave me, so got 5 mins 32 seconds added to his time demoting him from first place to last place in this race! After all time penalties were added to appropriate runners times, the congratulations goes to Sharn Ponsford who ran 26 seconds faster then the time she gave me having 30 seconds allowance! Brilliant pacing without a watch Sharn! In second place and 1 second behind! was Sheryl Goodwin excellent run also and one second behind in third came Ben Gaskins who didn’t even give his time – Ellie Did!  (He did complain at the start as usual Ben!) but ultimately I think she knows you very well Ben! well done.
Please note:  In fourth place Paul Taylor finished, having ran prior to the race timed independently by myself and Steve Neal so he could help marshall. The top ten runners who finished were split by just 15 seconds in total so brilliant Handicap times you gave me well done all! Unfortunately there was one DNF which was Keith Brighty who was making a cameo appearance from Norwich Road Runners and did not finish due to a work call and not any injury!
Please Note Next Handicap to be on Thursday 5th May  – Swanton Abbott 10k meet at Swanton Abbott Church Car Park from 6-15pm for usual 6-30pm start. You have 60 seconds allowance in this Race. MARSHALLS REQUIRED!
Results from the race – Handicap 2016 and results so far….Handicap 2016 Standings
HANDICAP RESULTS 2015 The final results are in…..Handicap 2015 Final Results Well done to all that took part this year, especially to Rosemary Jackson and Scott Shrubsall for winning the handicap series, and to Emma Jordan and Jeremy Lawrence as runners up! Race 7 – Sunday 6 December 2015 Well with this year’s Series the outcome goes down to the last race in both the Female and Male categories! In contention for the Females are Emma Jordan, Rosemary Jackson, Jackie Gooch and Clare Hicks with all in this Race and in the Male Series between Jeremy Lawrence, Scott Shrubsall and Owie Barber again all present in this Event. With everyone having perfect weather conditions this was set to be an epic and how the results have gone, an eventual winner in both categories will be announced on our annual presentation night!
As for the race it was a fancy dress code and people did not fail to impress with their great ideas. We had a Runner Bean, Christmas Cracker, Shepherd, Father Christmas, Holly Wreath, Reindeer, Elf, Angel and Fairy to name a few all great costumes well done all for being so creative!
With certain outfits very tedious to run in and proved difficult for a few, the majority dealt with their outfits with extreme confidence out of 21 starters 20 did make it all way around in some really good times! I will give nothing away and I hope the runners on this day do not either as each placement and time can have a big bearing on eventual winner in each category. Every runner has now been informed of their own personal achievement today and it just leaves me to say “until the Presentation Night” well done everybody who has participated, given up their time to help in any way shape or form and Alan for assistance in timings and water. Good luck to each and everyone of you who stand a chance of winning this years Series and better luck for all again next year!
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Click here for Buxton 5k Fancy Dress Handicap 2015 results!
 
Race 6 – Sunday 8 November 2015
 
With a field of 25 runners doing this 10 Mile Handicap and predicting their own times as the five times previously have proved you all underestimate how fast you can run! With 20 of you beating your times by over a minute hence getting “PENALTIES!”. This then propels those few who have done within a minute or slower then their time a quick rise up the finishing board.
With another first timer taking the honours predicting 31 seconds from her time the winner this time goes to Adele Bushell well done! Within 3 seconds was Dean Blake grabbing second place and third goes to that man again! Jeremy Lawrence, With this result he has propelled himself 13 points clear of Scott Shrubsall and 15 ahead of third place man Owie Barber. All three of these can still win the Award if they can predict and run well in “Fancy Dress” on Sunday 6th Dec around the Buxton 5k dry course! The Female category is also winable by top four ladies in standings with only two points now dividing Rosemary Jackson 44 points from Emma Jordan 46 points and currently leading series.
Welcome goes to Alicia, Jackie Bye, Adele, Dean, Michael F, Nick, Rod and Paul Emery all taking part for the first time this Series now making 61 members having had a go at some point in the six Races so far well done all.
Click here for 10 mile handicap 2015
For results so far click here – Results after race six.
 
Race 5 – Thursday 10 September 2015
On a perfect evening for good running everyone set off totally oblivious that to start with I ran out of till roll after only third person had set off! So panic! I quickly worked out a way around that “sorted all your Handicaps were correct for starting”! Next problem how will I know finishing times pressing device but no printout! Ah ask people what times they have done? No that cannot happen you all have to run without a watch! Ah Ellie has it around ankle and one or two of you had strava going on phones! but that was only a few. Ok finishing order of names was correct had to judge distance between each of you for different seconds between times. Ok when I go home I can download all results from memory on devices that’s how I will do it! Get home, check device, it has a full memory after 9 starters how unlucky can I be! Next problem is you all only ran 4.8 miles as I changed finish just before we started as football training on field and lots of cars backwards and forwards and you had all given me a time for 5 miles! Ok so next I worked out every single minute mile average pace and added the 0.2 miles at that pace which eventually gave me you exact times. Confused? Yes? So am I, but these are as very close as I can get for you all and with adjustments only two of you got time penalties at last you are all getting it well done on your estimations this time they were very good.
          So onto the Results with Emily Hannant and Deb Jones running way inside their times and picking up penalties this demoted them both to bottom places giving the Win to Emma Blake with dogs! in Second place came Sue Allen and in third place came Emma Jordan. With these results and with top 5 finishers all being Ladies this has put Rosemary Jackson and Emma Jordan in joint first place after 5 Races with two more to go and only two points and demoted from top spot is Clare Hicks. The mens leading three did not change as although Scott Shrubsall ran he scored no points in this Race and could not increase his two point lead he holds over Jeremy Lawrence with Paul Taylor sitting third only six points of top spot. Congratulations goes s to Henry Neal who in his first Handicap finished a creditable 6th place and Josh Neale also first Handicap came in 17th on this occasion.
Full results click here – Handicap-5-mile-10th September-2015
Please note next handicap/time trial is to be Belaugh/Worstead 5 mile course on Thursday 10 September 2015 (weather and conditions will decide which route will be used).  Please let me know your predicted race time before race and run without a watch.  Contact me via email – mp3208@hotmail.com or pm me on my facebook page.
 
Race 4 – Thursday 16 July 2015
 
On a sunny evening after a wet morning conditions were not looking favourable to the runners at lunchtime but as weather improved dramatically throughout the day so the roads dried up excellently in advance of this the forth in the Handicap series of seven Races. With some runners now having done all four Races you can do all of them if you wish and I will take your best 4 place finishes for your final result adjusting standings from now on if you do a 5th Race or more.
With three Races gone and Clare Hicks winning the Female, and Paul Taylor winning the Men’s things were Results were again about to topsy turvy all standings so everybody changed places again! With Clare Hicks not running and Paul Taylor running over one minute faster then his time he originally said, time penalties was going to demote him down the finishing list along with another 12 runners out of a 22 strong field this elevated a lot of runners who ran within one minute of their times submitted. Eventually from finishing 14th, 15th and 16th respectably Jeremy Lawrence, Rosemary Jackson and Scott Shrubsall were to be elevated to 1st, 2nd and third places well done you three! Others who were to finish last originally in the race were all elevated into the points! Final standings include the time penalties added in although your race time is also there for your own satisfaction. With 50 runners in the Club so far taking part in this series there is still 3 races to go and with Clare Hicks just leading Female category on 23 points a win evaluates to 25 points so come on the girls! In the Male League only 6 points divide the top three and with 75 points still up for grabs everything can and will change! Good Luck all in next one!!
 
Race 3 – Wroxham 5k Handicap Race 8th July 2015
 
Wroxham 5k Handicap Races 2&3 of Wroxham Series;
With the first race being on the Wed 17th June in this years joint prediction handicap, the whole idea for these two Races was firstly to decide on which one you wanted to run  – watch less and then give me a predicted time pre Race, which on the first Handicap (2nd Race in Wroxham Series) 9 of you completed and couldn’t have picked a hotter evening for a 5k!. Anyway the race unfolded and two of you ran within 3 seconds of your time, Peter Kean giving me a starting estimation of 23-30 and doing 23 -33 and unknown to Peter on the same race Paul Taylor gave me 21-40 and ran 21-40! That was just fantastic Paul! No one ever expected this and before the second race which was on the 8th July no-one suspected they would have to run an exact time just to tie for first place!. All runners on the night ran within 40 seconds of their estimated times so well done all of you.
So onto the second race on 8th July, the evening followed a wet morning which lead me to believe as the day rolled on there were going to be puddles on the course, but because of the afternoon getting out and humid temperature the course dried out nicely. I myself participated in this next one and can honestly say the temperature for the race was near on perfect for a pb! Anyway another 20 of us decided to give me a pre race time and all ran this, within 2 mins of your times, including some very fast times and pb’s. Anyway closest on the night and must have thought he had won this handicap was Ben Gaskins who estimated pre Race 20-15 and recorded a fantastic 20-16 how close can two runners be, just 1 second difference and 3 seconds between first three places. All I can say is well done to all who ran, please see results below and many thanks to the supporters who helped all runners to some great times over both races including me!
Well Done All!
Mel
 
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Race 2 – Wroxham 5k Handicap Race 4th June 2015
On a lovely night no less than 36 Jaguars turned up making it the largest starting line-up since records began for these races.  With at least 8 runners participating for the very first time and added to the great racing and eventual outcome!
The rules of this year’s handicap/time trial is still catching a lot of you out with 10 runners receiving time penalties as they ran more than a minute faster than they originally gave me as their handicap starting time.
The rule of thumb is run up to a minute faster but no more! Owie Barber and Clare Hicks took this to the almost extreme with Owie running 59 seconds and Clare 57 seconds faster than their time predicted which gave them first and second places respectfully. In third and fourth places and this must be noted were Carolyn Gerber and Gill Trehane running their first ever handicaps and as only just recently going through a beginners program with Clare Hicks feels apt they followed here in.
With regards the time penalties just to recap if you give me a time and run up to 60 seconds faster you are fine, if you run 61 seconds or more faster then you get penalised that full amount that is then doubled and added to your overall finishing time and on this occasion as Steve Neal and Roy Owen ran over three and a half minutes quicker each than their handicap starting times! This penalty then doubled giving them both an extra seven minutes extra on their times meaning they both went from first and second place to 35th and 36th and last places respectfully.
The next handicap has another twist for the next two Wroxham 5k Races being held by Norwich Road Runners on Wednesday 17th June and Wednesday July 8th you need to tell me in either race you wish to do your overall finishing time prior to starting and after the second race the closest person to the second nearest their time wins the handicap and so on down the list (you can still run both but only one race time counts towards handicap not both), this will mean you race as you usually do but you must give me your time to the second you think you will complete the 5k in (YOU MUST RUN WATCHLESS). With these 5k times you have just done you can get a very good indication what you can now achieve , if you think you can run a bit faster on the day then adjust accordingly!
Good Luck to everyone who does either of the Wroxham 5k Races.
Many thanks for my assistance at this Race of Suzanne and Little Megan, and the marvellous cake making skills of Clare Hicks!
FULL RESULTS Click here – handicap 4 June 2015
Please Note; Next Handicap/Time Trial is to be the Wroxham 5k Races on Wednesday 17th June and Wednesday July 8th you can run either one, please let me know your predicted Race time before either Race and run without a watch the closest to the second will win Handicap and so on out of the two Races so full results cannot be finalized until 2nd date has passed , please let me know on my email mp3208@hotmail.com or pm me on my facebook page. Many Thanks Mel handicap june

Race 1 – Swanton Abbott 10k Handicap Race 21 May 2015 On a lovely evening 26 Jaguars turned out for the new revamped Handicap Series of 2015, and this year will see many changes such as time penalties being imposed, pick your own handicap, Thursday night races as well as Wednesday and Sundays so everyone can attend one or more hopefully and also watch-less timing!!!

With each runner setting off at a time they decided on, this new concept only allows you to be one minute in front of your estimated time or the dreaded time penalties will be imposed. This race had a few people worried that they would not do their time they had said – this is not a problem you can run your time slower without a penalty being imposed.
With some good times being recorded and many of the field running within a minute of their predicted times it saw for some close finishing results.
The provisional results saw a Jillie Cole race win, Stewart Marden coming in second and Ben Dennington pipping James Lambert to third place.  However, with the new time penalty concept being imposed each of these runners accrued time penalties moving them all down the field and as you will note quite dramatically!!  Therefore, raising a new race winner, namely the Icon himself Ken Bowman running a time of 42.18 some 47 secs inside his predicted time giving him no penalties. This promoted Scott Shrubsall to second place with a time of 44.02 and in third then came Martin Bagnall with a time of 47.19.
Many thanks to David Simpson who took some splendid photo’s on the night, for Emily Hannant and Mark Bradley who helped me with the race, to Alan Groves for refreshments and timing adjustments, to Andy Mulligan for helping me set out and taking down signage and lastly to Clare Hicks for a lovely birthday cake and help with this presentation of result!
Well done to each and every runner for making this first Handicap of the season so enjoyable!
FULL RESULTS click here – handicap 21 May

Please Note; Next Handicap/Time Trial is to be the Wroxham 5k Route on 4th June (Meet at Broadland High School 6-15 to 6-25pm) please let me know your predicted Race time within 24hrs of the Race, on my email mp3208@hotmail.com or pm me on my facebook page Many Thanks Mel handicap 5handicap 4handicap 2 More photos on facebook!! Handicap Dates 2015 Starting at 6.30pm Thursdays and 8am on Sundays PROMPT Please!!!: Thursday 21 May – Swanton Abbott 10k route Thursday 4th June – Wroxham 5k route Wednesday 17 June or Wednesday 8 July – Wroxham 5k series races, race 2 or 3 (hosted by Norwich Road Runners, 7.15pm start). Thursday 16 July – Mike Groves 5 mile route (starting at football field in Coltishall). Thursday 10 September – Belaugh/Worstead 5 mile route Sunday 1 November – 10 mile route, 8am start. Sunday 6 December – Buxton 5k route, 8am start.

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